ST. PETERSBURG, Fla – February 8, 2019 – Tampa Bay Innovation Center (TBIC) is pleased to announce that Roy Binger, Founder of Binger Financial Services, LLC has joined their Board of Directors. TBIC’s Board is comprised of area tech leaders and entrepreneurs dedicated to creating jobs and assisting individuals in reaching their dream of becoming entrepreneurs.
Binger brings a wealth of financial services knowledge to the Board. Having served as a CEO for a community bank and an Executive Vice President for one of the top ten banks in America, Binger is positioned to provide unique and custom tailored financial solutions to his clients helping them gain strong footing in the financial world. Among his many accomplishments, Binger has been awarded the Tampa Bay Business Innovator of the Year title and inducted into the Florida Business Hall of Fame. He serves on several other boards, including the Museum of Fine Arts and the University of South Florida, St. Petersburg.
“Roy has played an active role in furthering TBIC’s mission and recently participated in our Catalyst program where he presented an informative seminar focused on the strategies for funding early stage ventures and more. He brings a strong background that will be an asset for our clients and we welcome him to our Board of Directors,” says Tonya Elmore, TBIC’s President and CEO.
The Tampa Bay Innovation Center has enjoyed continual growth and has moved into larger digs at the 501 Building in downtown St. Petersburg. TBIC presents monthly programs, including StartUp Xchange and TECH Talk. StartUp Xchange is a gathering of entrepreneurs, innovators and TBIC mentors. TECH Talk is the popular networking and education event. For more information on TBIC and its programs, go to www.tbinnovates.com.
About Tampa Bay Innovation Center:
The Tampa Bay Innovation Center (TBIC) is an incubator, accelerator and coworking center that provides entrepreneurs with the tools needed to accelerate entrepreneurial success by turning an idea into a business or taking a business to the next level. Located in downtown St. Petersburg, TBIC was developed through a collaborative partnership with St. Petersburg community leaders, Pinellas County Government, the City of St. Petersburg, and the State of Florida. For more information go to www.tbinnovates.com.